Watch Faraday Future’s Debut Electric Car Reverse Park Itself Into an Empty Spot

The Tesla competitor shows us the future of driverless cars.

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At the 2017 Consumer Electronics Show, electric vehicle company Faraday Future debuted its first production model car the FF 91. The electric sedan impressed audiences with its “driverless valet” system which automatically located an empty parking spot and seamlessly backed itself into it.

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The intelligent electric vehicle will also boast Formula One acceleration, the ability to adapt to the driver, and even unlock itself via facial recognition. The FF 91 is expected to go into production in 2018, but you can register now on the company website to reserve the vehicle for a deposit of $5,000 USD.

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